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Uber Sharing User Data To Help Track CoronaVirus

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Uber Sharing User Data To Help Track CoronaVirus

Uber Sharing User Data To Help Track CoronaVirus

Business Insider reports that Uber is using its resources to help track and trace the corona virus.

Uber unveiled an initiative to share user data on drivers or riders who may have come into contact with coronavirus-infected individuals.

The data will be shared with global public health officials to aid contact tracing efforts.

Public health officials will be able to view the data and give Uber advice on the step it can take to minimize exposure to their customers and employees.


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